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2 bishops warn lawmakers on nuclear plant revival

There are 87 comments on the www.gmanews.tv story from Jan 23, 2009, titled 2 bishops warn lawmakers on nuclear plant revival. In it, www.gmanews.tv reports that:

MANILA, Philippines - Two Catholic Bishops have expressed objection to the planned revival of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant .

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Lowe

Quezon City, Philippines

#86 May 30, 2011
When a high Tech country decides to scrap all her nuclear facilities in the year 2022, we better desist from building them for ourselves. LET US NOT FOOL OURSELVES IN THINKING THAT WE CAN HANDLE IT. Some government official is already thinking of the money he can make on commissions and kick back when the plan pulls through. Wanna bet ?

Since: Apr 09

San Juan, Philippines

#87 May 30, 2011
Lowe wrote:
When a high Tech country decides to scrap all her nuclear facilities in the year 2022, we better desist from building them for ourselves. LET US NOT FOOL OURSELVES IN THINKING THAT WE CAN HANDLE IT. Some government official is already thinking of the money he can make on commissions and kick back when the plan pulls through. Wanna bet ?
Honestly, its just a very bad location. With the fault line out there and one thing of importance. Most typhoons come from the pacific side but sometimes they come right from the south china sea and those beaches is the fist land they hit.
BDV

Columbia, SC

#88 May 31, 2011
Lowe wrote:
When a high Tech country decides to scrap all her nuclear facilities in the year 2022, we better desist from building them for ourselves. LET US NOT FOOL OURSELVES IN THINKING THAT WE CAN HANDLE IT. Some government official is already thinking of the money he can make on commissions and kick back when the plan pulls through. Wanna bet ?
I understand.

However, the alternative is to pay the exactions of western industrial - financial corporations.

If the likes of South Korea, China, India, and Eastern Europe kleptocracies can do it, why not Phillipines?

Since: Feb 09

Ottawa, Canada

#89 Jun 5, 2011
A philippine wiring nightmare, ive seen worse, if you cant fix this but want to run a reactor? sigh

http://www.flickr.com/photos/claritoneve/2854...

Normal above ground power though in many places is buried.

What more can be said.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/43236507 @N03/

Since: Feb 09

Ottawa, Canada

#90 Jun 5, 2011

Since: Feb 09

Ottawa, Canada

#91 Jun 5, 2011
Topix doesnt like that @ in a url

one more try, a single pic:

http://www.jrbobcats.net/Power_pole.jpg

apologize about other posts but those 2 pics sum it up. If you consider the 1st pic normal, you should make your reactor into a tourist site. Wait, already done.
Mark Cojuangco

San Pedro, Philippines

#92 Aug 24, 2013
Factual Error!

TMI was NOT built by Westinghouse.

It was built by Babcock Wilcox

Nuclear Engineers trained for BNPP worked for nuclear plants abroad. Since then, PH engineers who have trained for nuclear have also worked for nuclear plants abroad.

We can pay Filipinos who work inside BNPP, the same wages as they would earn working for nuclear plants abroad!

The currently highest Kuryente Prices in the region, if not the world, will prevent the creation of high paying jobs in the PH. It will stunt our economic growth, making us kulelat permanently.

The writers of this blog have no real alternatives.

The atitude of those that wrote this blog, reflects a pervasive talonan atitude which keeps the PH in poverty.

We are not inferior!
Run BNPP Now!

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